A round-up of stories relating to Manchester United over the past 24 hours.
News and gossip from Liverpool FC in the past 24 hours.
UBS was aware of a $3.6bn discrepancy in the trading accounts of alleged rogue trader Kweku Adoboli six weeks before he told the bank about his trading losses, a London court heard Tuesday.
Citigroup’s $4.7bn pretax writedown of its Morgan Stanley Smith Barney stake probably won’t reduce a profit-sharing plan’s award for CEO Vikram Pandit that could total $24m.
Russell Wasendorf Sr., founder of the bankrupt commodities firm Peregrine Financial Group Inc., pleaded guilty to stealing more than $100m from its customers.
Rarely can a movement have been so hastily obituarised as Occupy Wall Street.
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News and gossip from Arsenal FC in the past 24 hours.
No I am not a green-eyed Liverpool fan, that I am not; but rather a pedantic and rather sad man when it comes to squad numbers. The American wears number two and current Wigan, Tottenham and Arsenal players feature along with former Chelsea, Manchester United and Aberdeen players in a list of the strangest squad numbers in football.
After yet another dubious goal-line decision can Everton look to their own fortune over such a decision 15 years ago at the expense of Bolton Wanderers and wonder why there is not already the technology in place to eradicate this popular bugbear?